COVID-19 Information Page
Building Picture**** The Florida Department of Education directed schools across the state to close for two weeks. SDLC is already scheduled for Spring Break from the 16th to the 20th. This extends the physical closure of buildings until April 15th, 2020. Online Learning will start on March 30th, 2020.****

**** Due to the school being closed all school activities have been cancelled. We will let you know when we can update and reschedule. Thank you for your patience and understanding. ****

Update: 4/22/2020 -
Over the weekend Governor DeSantis announced that Florida schools will continue distance learning through the end of the school year. This brings a lot of questions for everyone. The biggest will be how to get the locker items to the students. At this time we do not have a plan in place (as this just happened over the weekend). We will inform everyone of our plans as we formulate them and get all the facts. Thank you for your patience.

Update March 25th, 2020

I am sure you are aware, the School District of Lee County is beginning distance learning for students on Monday, March 30th. We need the communities assistance in spreading the word. We are asking that you share the following information with your organizational stakeholders.


  1. Families with internet access should contact their child’s school to pick up a Chromebook (computer) by Friday. Only one Chromebook (computer) per household will be issued.
  2. Food is available for families at A graphic is attached that can be shared.
  3. Click on the following link to access the Students and Families’ Distance Learning Plan, which is where families should begin the learning process.


These documents are translated in Spanish and Creole. If parents have questions they should reach out to It takes a village and you are an important part of this process!

We continue to receive updates regarding the Coronavirus (COVID19) and are committed to providing you with updated information as we receive it.

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Memo from the State of Florida -
Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-52 – Emergency Management – COVID-19 Public Health Emergency and declared a state of emergency today.  The Director of the Division of Emergency Management has been designated as the State Coordinating Officer for the duration of the emergency.

Chromebook Care at Home:
More information coming soon.

Home Internet Access Information:
If you know of staff/students/friends/family that have challenges with Internet access, the carriers have announced the following accomodations for the next 60 days.
- Comcast is offering their Internet Essentials plan (for low-income families) for free for 60 days for new customers.  After 60 days it is $9.95 per month, as usual.  It's actual a good program, as it provides enough bandwidth and they configure the WiFi router for the customer.
- Comcast is opening up all of their hotspots for free.  If you have XFinity Internet, you probably already know that your router has a guest network of sorts.  Any other Comcast customer can login and use your Internet by using the public "XFinitiy WiFi" network.  Those networks are now open and don't require login.  That means if you have a neighbor or nearby business that uses XFinity, you can use the WiFi for free.
- AT&T and CenturyLink are also opening their hotspots for free.  These are generally in businesses, not in households.
- T-Mobile / Metro and Sprint have announced that they are removing data caps on smartphone data and increasing everyone's hotspot allotments by 20GBs.  This includes prepaid plans and MVNOs that are owned by those brands.

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